Moses Surumen, who graduated with a degree in EECS this week, has been sharing his knowledge with peers in Kenya for the past two years, helping them develop the skills to solve challenges back home. Surumen, who has 10 siblings, grew up in Kajiado, a Masai area south of Nairobi. In 2017, he implemented a program called M-Soma, running a six-week summer course for Kenyan high school graduates in computer science. “We were building skills the way Berkeley does, providing the best skeletal code for setting up the platform and building onto that several features they wanted to use,” he explains. Surumen has accepted a position at Qualcomm but plans to continue to explore how to scale his project to work in different African countries.